Robert “Bob” Baron founder and CEO of Baron Weather, today named Bob Dreisewerd president and CEO. The company, a global provider of weather analytics and display solutions, weather radar systems, and advanced modeling solutions, says Dreisewerd, a 15-year veteran of Baron management, “brings a wealth of experience to his new role combining a strong technology […]
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NextGen TV, the evolution of broadcast TV powered by the ATSC 3.0 standard, will have wide-ranging impacts on how TV is delivered and viewed by consumers, but according to John Lawson, executive director of the AWARN Alliance, perhaps no broadcast element has a bigger upside with NextGen TV than weather.
The amount of atmospheric data routinely gathered by commercial airliners has dropped sharply as a result of the coronavirus, the World Meteorological Organization announced.
The job of a broadcast meteorologist has changed significantly over the years. During the early days of television, it wasn’t unusual for the weather presenter to wear a costume, play a musical instrument, or work with a puppet. Today the weather is usually delivered by a professional meteorologist using sophisticated computer graphics, street-level Doppler radar maps, and hour-by-hour forecasts.